Souk at Trinity Groves recently hosted an energized End of Summer Bash for the public and invited Dallas Food Nerd to attend. We were transported to the Mediterranean with live entertainment from Alia the Great, performing her belly dancing routines, and DJ Ash Bkspn who spun Arabic tech/dance music all night. Guests even got to take selfies with Irenie the camel!
Trinity Groves is an area buzzing with restaurants, a brewery and bars, and Souk fits right in. Owner Yaser Khalaf also operates Baboush in West Village, which you may be familiar with if you enjoy Mediterranean food. Souk is a sophisticated restaurant offering an array of food and drinks with cultural influences from the Mediterranean, Middle East and Western Europe. Even if you’re new to Mediterranean food, there are many options to choose from. From veggie plates, meaty entrees and unique drinks and desserts, guests will love the cuisine found here.
The drinks menu is also not to miss. You’ll see one-of-a-kind cocktails such as the Casa Blanca Mint Tea, Fig Martini, Cucumber Delight and more. Oh, and the Moroccan coffee is an excellent drink to pair with dessert!
(Disclaimer: I was provided with a media pass to attend, and all thoughts are my own.)